Baltimore firefighters found the body of an adult woman Wednesday after putting out a fire in the basement of a vacant home in Brooklyn.

Baltimore police said they recovered a truck believed to be connected to the abduction of a 29-year-old woman who was kidnapped and killed this week in South Baltimore.

Police recovered the black Ford pickup connected to Tiffany Jones’ abduction on Wednesday in South Baltimore’s Brooklyn neighborhood, Baltimore Police Department spokesman Det. Jeremy Silbert said in an email.

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Jones, 29, was abducted by two men on Tuesday afternoon after getting into an argument with them in the 3600 block of Potee St., according to police. The two men forced her into a pickup and drove away.

Jones had two children — a son and a daughter — and was a Brooklyn resident who was rarely seen without her partner, Tim Jones, said a friend.

Jones was of Native American descent and was involved with the Baltimore American Indian Center, according to friend Ashley Connelly. She worked as a cake decorator at Berger’s Bakery in Lexington Market.

Another friend, Evelyn Jones, remembered Tiffany as a “really sweet young lady.”

Police are investigating her death, and encourage anyone with information to call detectives at 410-396-2100 or text them at 443-902-4824.

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